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You're at a higher risk of heart attack and sudden cardiac death. The Sun (2016)The aid, which mimics the cardiac muscle, has no contact with the blood unlike current devices which can cause strokes. The Sun (2017)Marriage cuts the risk of cardiac death for both women and men. The Sun (2015)Just five per cent of people who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest outside of hospital live. The Sun (2012)This first of three insightful ward rounds focuses on the cardiac unit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It found that there were more cardiac deaths on days considered unlucky. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But few who suffer sudden cardiac arrest will have such a lucky confluence of circumstances. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He dies of a cardiac arrest during surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2006)An air ambulance landed in the grounds to rush the man to a cardiac unit. The Sun (2015)Cause of death was cardiac injury and chest trauma. The Sun (2008)That was mainly down to fewer fatalities from heart and circulatory diseases such as cardiac arrests and strokes. The Sun (2016)The external review panel insisted that some of the behaviour at the cardiac unit needed to be stopped at once. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Being wheeled out of the office on an ambulance trolley to the local cardiac unit having collapsed at my desk. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Meanwhile, awareness of sudden cardiac death and its possible symptoms in young people is growing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sudden cardiac death Often caused by genetic mutation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Do you screen the general population, or just those with sudden cardiac death in the family? Times, Sunday Times (2010)He emphasises that they can spell cardiac death for some people, but leave others unscathed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It has an effect on cardiac muscle too, reducing the strength of each beat of the heart. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thankfully, that is as far as it will go for a young man whose career was rescued by cardiac surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: cardiac ADJECTIVE
Cardiac means relating to the heart.
The man was suffering from cardiac weakness.
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